Majority taking precautions to avoid sexual harassment on NUS, NTU campuses: Poll

The survey polled 440 current students from NUS and NTU. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - In the past year, nearly 60 per cent of undergraduates at Singapore's two largest universities took precautions like locking their hostel rooms and taking more public paths to avoid being sexually harassed.

This was among the key findings in a survey commissioned last week by The Sunday Times to find out how ground sentiment on sexual misconduct in universities has changed in the past year.

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